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Old 03-01-2013, 09:04 PM   #1
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How many of you let a installer weather it be for audio or anything drive your car into that install bay ? Reason I ask best buy is Doing all my speakers in the Morning not that I can't do it myself just got a really good deal. And I'm really worried about handing someone my keys and them driving it at all. How do you guys politely ask to drive it in bay or why do you do? Just this is first amazing car I care about and really don't want someone else messing with my car driving wise

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With the shop I work at we don't allow customers to drive vehicles in because it can become a liability if they happen to run into something. The best thing you can do is watch them drive it in just to be safe. Most of the people I work with I would trust with driving my car into the shop, just nothing more than that.

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Sometimes you have to let them but I never ever let them drive my car past where I can see.
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Yup at work we can't let costumers drive the car past a certain point.. a lot of costumers just hand over the keys and tell me to drive carefully lol
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